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DCW fan poll — week 6

by Vince Lamb and Whitney Densmore, DCW staff
dcwpoll@yahoo.com

To vote in the Drum Corps World fan poll:

Vote for your top 17 division I corps (minimum 12), 10 division II corps (minimum 6), 10 division III corps (minimum 6) and 12 senior corps (minimum 8).

You may vote for any number of divisions, but each division requires a minimum ballot. Any ballot having fewer than the required number of active, competing corps will be discarded.

Ballots can be e-mailed to dcwpoll@yahoo.com.

Results from week 6:

* Division I
1. Phantom Regiment, Rockford, IL (6) — 395
2. The Cavaliers, Rosemont, IL (11) — 390
3. Blue Devils, Concord, CA (4) — 382
4. Santa Clara Vanguard, Santa Clara, CA (1) — 332
5. The Cadets, Bergenfield, NJ (1) — 312
6. Bluecoats, Canton, OH — 292
7. Madison Scouts, Madison, WI (1) — 276
8. Boston Crusaders, Boston, MA (1) — 260
9. Crossmen, Newark, DE — 243
10. Spirit of JSU, Jacksonville, AL — 170
11. Carolina Crown, Ft. Mill, SC — 156
12. Blue Knights, Denver, CO — 146
13. TIE — Glassmen, Toledo, OH — 124
13. TIE –Magic of Orlando, Orlando, FL — 124
15. Seattle Cascades, Seattle, WA — 75
16. Colts, Dubuque, IA — 39
17. Troopers, Casper, WY — 31
18. TIE — Mandarins, Sacramento, CA — 23
18. TIE — Capital Regiment, Columbus, OH — 23
20. Southwind, Lexington, KY (1) — 19
21. Pacific Crest, Diamond Bar, CA — 18
22. Pioneer, Milwaukee, WI — 17
23. Kiwanis Kavaliers, Kitchener, ON, Canada — 9

* Division II
1. Santa Clara Vanguard Cadets, Santa Clara, CA (2) — 86
2. Esperanza, San Diego, CA (5) — 85
3. Patriots, Rochester, NY (1) — 71
4. TIE — Capital Sound, Madison, WI (1) — 62
4. TIE — Spartans, Nashua, NH — 62
6. Jersey Surf, Berlin, NJ — 61
7. East Coast Jazz, Malden, MA (1) — 57
8. Memphis Sound, Memphis, TN — 41
9. Blue Devils B, Concord, CA — 40
10. Impulse, Costa Mesa, CA — 33
11. Revolution, San Antonio, TX — 28
12. Modesto Fever, Modesto, CA — 4

* Division III
1. Raiders, Lodi, NJ (1) — 80
2. Blue Stars, La Crosse, WI (5) — 77
3. Marion Glory Cadets, Marion, OH — 62
4. Americanos, Appleton, WI (2) — 61
5. TIE — Cadets of New York City, New York City, NY — 58
5. TIE — Lehigh Valley Knights, Allentown, PA (1) — 58
7. TIE — Bandettes, Sault Ste. Marie, ON, CA (1) — 38
7. TIE — Yamato, Riverside, CA/Kyoto, Japan (2) — 38
9. TIE — San Diego Alliance, San Diego, CA (1) — 27
9. TIE — Phoenix, Brick, NJ — 27
Others receiving votes: Allegiance Elite, Citations, Colt Cadets, Court of Honor, Decorah Kilties, Dimension, Eklipse, Joliet Kingsmen, Lake Erie Regiment, Racine Scouts, Scenic City, St. Johns, Targets, Teal Sound.

* Senior corps
1. Syracuse Brigadiers, Syracuse, NY (16) — 283
2. Minnesota Brass, St. Paul, MN (1) — 204
3. Reading Buccaneers, Reading, PA — 201
4. TIE — Hawthorne Caballeros, Hawthorne, NJ (5) — 166
4. TIE — Empire Statesmen, Rochester, NY (3) — 166
6. San Francisco Renegades, San Francisco, CA — 165
7. CorpsVets of Atlanta, Atlanta, GA — 162
8. Bushwackers, Harrison, NJ — 126
9. Rochester Crusaders, Rochester, NY — 124
10. Connecticut Hurricanes, Derby, CT — 82
11. Kingston Grenadiers, Kingston, ONT — 69
12. Heat Wave, Miami, FL — 51
13. New York Skyliners, Garfield, NJ (1) — 44
14. Govenaires, St. Peter, MN (1) — 25
15. Sunrisers, Orange, NY — 24
16. River City Regiment, Sacramento, CA — 20
17. Carolina Gold, Raleigh, NC — 18
18. TIE — SoCal Dream, Buena Park, CA — 9
18. TIE — Chops, Inc., Coon Rapids, MN — 9
18. TIE — Kilties, Racine, WI — 9

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